During the past 50+ years, millions of homes have utilized the round thermostat on the wall to control an HVAC system with a simple turn of the dial. These early thermostats operated with a coil spring and a small vile of mercury that created an electrical connection to power up a home’s heating or A/C equipment. While these classic units remain reliable today, there are new products on the market that utilize digital technology to manage a home’s HVAC system much more efficiently.
Introducing The Smart Thermostat!
A smart thermostat is a device that operates exclusively on digital technology and no longer uses the old spring coil/ mercury system found on previous units. Digital sensors do a much better job helping your HVAC system run as efficiently as possible. Today’s smart thermostats can actually learn from your daily life habits and make adjustments to your home’s climate accordingly. One of the most popular features about these devices is that smart thermostats can be controlled from an app on your phone, even if you are thousands of miles away from home.
There are many advantages of converting to a smart thermostat, including:
The answer is a resounding yes! Because smart thermostats allow homeowners to control the climate in their houses from virtually anywhere, there is no longer any need to maintain a certain temperature in the house all throughout the day. Being able to set the thermostat remotely can save homeowners a lot of money in ongoing energy costs. In addition, by learning about your lifestyle habits, the smart thermostat can make suggestions to you about how to most efficiently operate your heating and air systems.
78 degrees is the optimal temperature during the summer, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Of course, every homeowner is free to decide how cool they want their house to be during the steamy months of summer, but staying in the 78 degree range will realize notable savings on electricity bills. Another benefit of the smart thermostat is instead of keeping the house at 78 degrees when nobody is home, you can make it warmer during the day and then turn the temperature down remotely before anybody gets home in the evening.
For many years, the highly knowledgeable team at HomeServe of Brooklyn/Queens has been helping our valuable customers with all of their HVAC related needs. We have extensive experience in installing smart thermostats, as well as helping you operate your heating and air system as efficiently as possible. We are proud to be rated A+ rated with Better Business Bureau. Contact us today to learn more about how a smart thermostat can transform the level of comfort in your home.